TechBridge Announces Class of 2016 Ambassadors

Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2015 – A new class of Ambassadors have been announced for TechBridge, a nonprofit that impacts the community by providing other nonprofits with affordable technology and business expertise.

The TechBridge Ambassadors are a volunteer leadership council that serves as advocates to extend TechBridge’s reach to nonprofits, corporations, individuals and our community at-large. The group consists of professionals dedicated to supporting TechBridge by contributing their time, expertise and a personal financial commitment.

The inaugural Class of 2015 TechBridge Ambassadors left an impactful mark by hosting the inaugural Volunteer Appreciation Reception to recognize the dedication of 75 TechBridge volunteers; spearheading successful campaigns for both Georgia Gives Day 2015 and #GivingTuesday 2015 raising over $10,000 from 85 individual donors; and being the first group to participate in the TechBridge Adopt-a-Nonprofit program by collectively adopting a technology project for The Drake House, a nonprofit that provides short-term crisis housing, education and empowerment programs for homeless single mothers and their children.


Thank you, Class of 2015!

Chair, Scott Wells, RCG Global Services
Vice Chair, Beth Smith, Corus360
Becky Cole, QuestGroup
Chris Dehlic, Pinnacle Technical Resources
Patti Dismukes, BioIQ
Conoly Flynt, Box
Joyita Hegde, Pyramid Consulting
David Morris, Norfolk Southern
Charles Brian Quinn, Big Nerd Ranch
Heather Rocker, Systems Evolution, Inc.
Cara Turano, CafeX Communications
Dennis Walczak, Box
Donna Woodruff, AutoTrader Group


Moving forward, the new class of TechBridge Ambassadors will be striving to reach even greater heights by…

  • advocating on behalf of TechBridge to spread awareness of their services for nonprofits, programs for investors and their collective community impact; and
  • serving as a focus group for TechBridge re. outreach initiatives.


Meet the Class of 2016!

Chair, Beth Smith, Corus360
Aahirah Amir, Silverpop, an IBM Company
Matt Ausman, GE
Peggy Campbell, CTS, Inc.
Jennifer Cole, KPMG
Leza Dabit, HUNTER Technical
Chris Dehlic, Pinnacle Technical Resources
Patti Dismukes, BioIQ
Conoly Flynt, Box
Jenny Lucas, EMC
David Morris, Norfolk Southern
Alexandra Scott, Slalom Consulting
Dennis Walczak, Box


After 10 years of volunteering, I’m now a TechBridge Ambassador, which combines my love for people and passion for technology. TechBridge is relentless in their pursuit of enabling nonprofits to maximize their impact. As an Ambassador, we get to be the extensions through which TechBridge can further their outreach, drive impact, and educate others. With TechBridge, you can help others while enriching your soul and having fun.
—Beth Smith, Class of 2016 Chair, TechBridge Ambassadors & Director, Corus360


Interested in getting involved? Visit here for more information.



About TechBridge
Founded in 2000, TechBridge is a nonprofit that provides other nonprofits with the tools, resources and relationships they need to apply business strategies and technology to alleviate poverty. This is made possible by support from the TechBridge network of corporations, individuals and foundations. The TechBridge Adopt-a-Nonprofit® program and technology awards provide nonprofits with funding vehicles for their technology needs while TechBridge’s fundraising efforts, including the Digital Event Series (currently in Atlanta and Alabama), unite the technology community to celebrate the impact IT can have in strengthening our community.



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